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Latitude: 53.4009 / 53°24'3"N
Longitude: -2.0564 / 2°3'22"W
OS Eastings: 396349
OS Northings: 389345
OS Grid: SJ963893
Mapcode National: GBR GY23.LL
Mapcode Global: WHB9Y.DS04
Entry Name: Church of St Martin
Listing Date: 11 October 1985
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1241823
English Heritage Legacy ID: 441062
Location: Stockport, SK6
Electoral Ward/Division: Marple North
Traditional County: Cheshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater Manchester
Church of England Parish: Low Marple St Martin
Church of England Diocese: Chester
SJ 98 NE MARPLE BRABYNS BROW
7/53 Church of
- St. Martin
Church. 1869-70 by J.D. Sedding, for Maria Anne Hudson.
North chapel 1895-6 and aisle 1909 both by H. Wilson.
Snecked stone with ashlar dressings and clay tile roof;
timber-framed porch. Nave, chancel, porch, aisle and aisle
chapel. 3-bay nave with projecting plinth, heavy weathered
buttresses and a gabled timber-framed porch in bay 1.
Windows are of 2 lights with geometric tracery, 2 of which
are paired in bay 2. Coped gables and bellcote. 2-bay
chancel with 5-light east window. Interior: nave arcade
arches die into bold square columns. Wagon roof to nave,
arch-braced trusses to chancel. Chapel apse has vault with
trees and birds in relief. Inlaid altar table and communion
rail (Wilson). Reredos (C. Whall). Statue of St. Christopher
in a niche with marble surround. North windows by H. Bryams,
chancel windows by Morris, others by C. Whall. Plaster
relief of angels by Sedding. Art nouveau font cover with
pierced metal sphere on an inlaid and carved lid. Generally
an unpretentious exterior with a remarkably progressive
Listing NGR: SJ9634989345
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